BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Earlier this week the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board recognized the group of individuals who helped three local school receive federal School Improvement Grant (SIG).
Above: Students from Wake Forest University came out on Tuesday, Aug. 18 to help bring the Kimberly Park Community Garden back to life. The garden is located at 1701 Cherry St.
Winston-Salem residents may be able to save a little hard earned cash on utility bills this winter, courtesy of a new Duke Energy Carolinas program. The company, which is expected
Bolton Pool, which opened over the Memorial Day holiday, will also be open June 1-2, as will Polo Pool. The pools at Kimberley Park and Parkland, which had been scheduled
Two of the city’s most well-known and scrutinized leaders will take their final bows in a few weeks. Dr. Don
For 23 years, Dorothy Brown’s home has been her pride and joy. “I really wanted a place to call my
Chronicle Staff Report Local nonprofit organizations are being encouraged to apply for grants from The Winston-Salem Foundation’s Black Philanthropy Fund.